4 Replies Latest reply on Dec 3, 2013 4:50 AM by PJLLB

    flashfox - flash browser

    geertm
      Tip from comment on teleread. New in play store: flashfox browser. Browser with flash support. Do not know if compatible with nook hd/hd+.
        • Re: flashfox - flash browser
          petesnook

          It appears to work just fine with my HD+.  Nice to have a flash-enabled browser alternative to Puffin. But, as with Puffin, I can't seem to be able to organize the bookmarks. Both browsers imported my bookmarks but did not put them in folders like they existed in Chrome and Dolphin.

           

          Edit - Thanks geertm for the info.

          • Re: flashfox - flash browser

            Frustrating that the Browser plug-In is not available outside the UK as I have just bought Nook HD and one of my favourite sites demands Flash Player for video replays of my sport.

             

            So after downloading a number  of browsers that, Yes support flash, No need Adobe plug in, I have found Flash Fox on Google Play store.

             

            The free version has Ads but they are unobtrusive and when goin Full Screen did not appear.

             

            A big Yeay from me

              • Re: flashfox - flash browser
                PJLLB

                No1Kris wrote:

                Frustrating that the Browser plug-In is not available outside the UK as I have just bought Nook HD and one of my favourite sites demands Flash Player for video replays of my sport.

                 

                So after downloading a number  of browsers that, Yes support flash, No need Adobe plug in, I have found Flash Fox on Google Play store.

                 

                The free version has Ads but they are unobtrusive and when goin Full Screen did not appear.

                 

                A big Yeay from me


                You can find the last verison of Android available in the archive section of the Flash website, and the use the process in section 4 of the document located at https://nookdeveloper.zendesk.com/entries/21943338-nook-developer-start-up-guide to use ADB to load Flash apps directly.  At that point you can use a browser that supports Flash (I recommend Boat Browser).  This it what I did and all of theFlash sites I use work great.